Im 37wks and still find it uncomfortable to sleep at times. But lately i have been getting the best sleep in the a.m, thats when she decides shes finally ready to sleep. I suggest maybe sleeping when the baby does cuz all that kicking can be very uncomfortable and make u mad. Especially when daddy is sleeping so peacefully w/o a care in the world! A bodypillow is good alsoView Thread
I have gd and its a pain some times with all the testing, everyday!! But u get use to it and learn to control what u eat. Aince i found out i had it, i already lost 10lbs and that was a month ago! Plus to much sugar can be bad for the baby. My doc told me it can give the baby low blood sugar and might be diabetic in the future. So yeah it might be a bummer but u doing it for your baby.View Thread
I have about 3 wks left til my sweet baby girl arrives, im so excited and nervous at the same time. New mom jitters! I just cant wait to hold her and see her tiny beautiful face I hope everyone elses pregnancy is going well and smoothly.View Thread
Thank u ladies for the replies. Im considering csection cuz i found out my placenta was low and not sure if it moved up yet, my doc apt is tues so i'll find out then. This is also my first baby and scared to death to push her out, i've been having a lot of pain and just afraid something going to go wrong. We have to march til she comes out and shes also in a breech position, i know that might change but im just worried like any new mother would be.View Thread
Im 30wks pregnant and having a girl. Me and my fiance have a beautiful name picked out, i wont say cuz its so stealable! Were getting closer everyday and i cant wait to hold her in my arms Her daddy is so excited, he says he'll never let her go, thats if he can get her away from me first!! I am a little scared cuz its our first baby and we have no idea what to do but i do hear natural instincts just kick in. I hope so View Thread
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